We are still not use to French opening times..... it changes between 6 and 7 but we had drinks. Food was fresh and reasonably priced. £40 for 2. It is well placed to hear music and even had it own some evenings. Cocktails are good...More
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Four and a half stars for this wonderful restaurant - lunchtime menu a work of genius. Four courses plus demi-litre of wine between two, and coffee - 13 Euros! Potage hot, filling, delicious and a lunch on its town. Salmon parcels in white sauce, veal...More
Only in France could a small village boast three good restaurants. There always seemed to be a choice of two as they closed conveniently.
We found the Petite Auberge the best restaurant in Marciac. Nudged by a rather samey (duck & duck) set menu, we (11 diners) hit the à la carte menu with great determination. The cook rose to the challenge and produced really excellent dishes. Chapeau! The...More
We visited this restaurant with friends and family during our recent visit to the area, and was extremely impressed with everything about the restaurant! The service was good and nicely prompt as well. Food was to a very high standard and very reasonably priced for...More
I was recently taken to here by some friends during a visit. They rated this place very highly, and now so do I! The restaurant was clean and well presented, a very typical local French restaurant. The service was friendly, again typically French. The food...More
My wife and I ate here mainly because of the appealing menu board and the level pavement outside the restaurant. The Tagliatelle was superb but the Steak and Foie Gois weren't great. We shared a dessert and this was also first class. Cigarette ends in...More
We visited one evening during the Jazz Festival so this restaurant was crazy busy. As we were a pretty large group we were offered the set menu. Whilst we had to wait a little while for our food, we were offered drinks and plenty of...More
Perfect place for dinner prior to attending a concert during the jazz festival. Great atmosphere, good basic food, despite being busy attentive and prompt service, and of course the trad band playing while we dine !
I recommend Le Petit Auberge for a menu dinner. I ordered menu with foie gras, beef steak prepared in local way and regional delicious desert and was delighted. 3 course dinner costed 18 Euro which seems to be a reasonable price. Local red vine Saint...More